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  Alexander II - 5 Kopeks 1856. XF-45+. Low Mintage. Russian Coins
Alexander II - 5 Kopeks 1856. XF-45+. Low Mintage. Russian Coins  Alexander II - 5 Kopeks 1856. XF-45+ Lightly cleaned. St. Petersburg Mint, Fedor Blum Mintmaster.
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Weight1.04 g
Year 1856
Mintage 680,000
Metal Silver
Grade XF-45+
Mint Mark СПБ фБ
Purity 0.868
Price: US$38.70

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